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This is the story of Ivy.  Ivy was the pick of the litter from a repeat breeding of GCH Wildrose’s Music Man and Ch Dandylion Whoa Nellie. Debbie Linzy is the breeder and she wanted to see her puppy shown and loved like we would do.  I convinced Debbie that we would treat Ivy just like she would and so Ivy was shipped to us from Carmy, Illinois.  She came to Ringsides with a green ribbon collar to identify her. It was up to us to name her.  Ivy’s name was supposed to be Dandylion N Ringsides Ivy Idy Hoe. When the AKC registration came it had her name as Dandylion N Ringsides Ivy Lore Ho. We didn’t catch the mistake until after her first dog show.  By then it was too late to fix the mistake. 

Ivy’s show career has been nothing but spectacular. She went Best of Breed in the first show she was entered in.  As a six month old puppy she beat the then number two mastiff in the US. Since that first show she had no trouble compiling points towards her Championship Certificate.  She even was the Best of Breed Puppy at the Napa KC dog show in 2011. She competed against the other working group puppies and was picked as the best working group puppy. The remainder of 2011 saw her finish most of her points towards CH.  In January, 2012 Ivy was Best of Winners at the Palm Springs KC dog show and finished as a Champion. 

The rest of 2012 Ivy competed as a “special” and worked towards her Grand Championship.  In May of 2012 Ivy went to the Mastiff Club of America national show.  She was selected as an Award of Merit bitch.  She was the youngest of all of the dogs or bitches to win any national awards.  The rest of 2012 saw Ivy finishing as a Grand Champion.  Ivy will be showing in dog show in 2013 as a special competing for BOB and BOS (Best Opposite).

Ivy has been thoroughly health tested and has passed all of the standards that the MCOA has set for the mastiff breed. Ivy will be bred to superior dogs that have also been thoroughly health tested.  Ringsides Kennel will be in good hands with Ivy’s puppies.




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